Capturing 20 Years of New Zealand Sporting Glory
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|Format:||Paperback, 208 pages|
|Other Information: ||photographs|
|Published In: ||New Zealand, 02 July 2012|
Produced in partnership with award-winning photographic agency Photosport on its 20th anniversary, this unique book revisits the highs and lows, the agony and ecstasy, the magic and the melodrama of the past 20 years in New Zealand sport. From New Zealand's winning streak in the 1992 Cricket World Cup to the All Blacks' long-awaited Rugby World Cup triumph in 2011, REPLAY brings those memorable moments back to life. Photosport's stunning images are enhanced with commentary from some of New Zealand's best-loved sporting heroes, as they relive those moments in their own words. Push REPLAY on the best and worst of the past 20 years in New Zealand sport.
'The feeling when you finally win is like every cell in your body is rejoicing over and over again . . . that all the pain, sacrifice and disappointment was worth it. That you were good enough, that your dream was worth having, that anything is actually possible in that moment.' - Hamish Carter, Olympic gold medallist, Triathlon.
|Publisher: ||Penguin Books (NZ)|
|Dimensions: ||26.0 x 23.0 centimeters|